A History of Nepal – Cambridge University Press

August 9, 2006 at 8:20 pm Leave a comment

…….The choice of the word ‘unification’ rather than ‘conquest’ to describe the expansion of Gorkhali power is one example of this approach, as is the eagerness of some scholars to claim the Butwal Ramopithecus, a primate that ranged what is now the Nepalese Tarai 11 million years ago, as a direct ancestor of early man in Nepal……

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